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The NHS Response to Change: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, Wouldn't know Evil if it Sat on His Face.
"It's a panic alarm. It goes off every time management show any interest in another reorganisation."
"The idea that the government introduces change for the SAKE of it is NONSENSE...we also introduce it so we have an endless stream of tabloid friendly headlines and meaningless sound bites."
"It's not what you do, it's what people see that counts"
'I thought people were quite receptive to the change seminar.'
'Diversity is good, pass it down.'
"When I said to convince him of the need for change I was hoping you'd use the seductive power of reason and logic."
"We can't call it restructuring, we did that in 98' and 97',"
Neanderthal man's lack of curiosity doomed him to extinction.
Come over here.
We can't call it restructuring,we did that in '98 and'97...
"The anger management consultant said he wasn't going to alter his **** dates at this t****stage which fits in with the 'managing change' consultant who said it was to late to change her plans..."
'Coming into work today I teared up on hearing 'The Way We Were'.'
'I'm very worried that if we fail to introduce rigid protocols to maximise client gratification indices within acceptable costbenefit parameters to ensure enhanced margins...then we'll have missed the whole point of what Christmas is about!!!'
'We're back from bankruptcy, Herbert. Doesn't it make you want to open the window and shout for joy?'
Too late to change
"He's worried that the changes might only affect 10% of the job, but it might be the 10% he knows something about!"
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There are better responses to 'change' than running around the office screaming 'We're doomed!'
"Top management are happy for staff to manage the changes required themselves..."
"There's a giant rock coming from the sky, we have to hide!"
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'Yeah, I hate change, too.'
I need someone who'll ask the tough questions, no matter how risky.
'Of course, the first rule of effective management is active participation.'
'According to this load analysis, we're overweight by one hundred and fifty pounds. Any suggestions?'
'Keep your head down... we seem to have blundered into a vendor crossfire!'